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Advanced Foot and Ankle Specialists

The Latest Foot & Ankle Treatment Options

From the initial consultation to the final step of recovery, our podiatry teams ensure faster and more efficient healing with advanced treatment methods and personalized care.

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Custom Orthotics and Footwear

Custom-molded orthotics are specially-made devices designed to support and comfort your feet. Prescription orthotics are crafted by our lab specifically for you, accommodating your unique foot structure—something over-the-counter orthotics cannot do.

Addressing a Range of Lower Extremity Conditions

Our custom devices can help with many lower extremity conditions, including heel pain, plantar fasciitis, ball of foot pain, arch pain, bunions, hammertoes, ankle sprains, Achilles tendonitis, knee, hip, and back pain, neuromas, arthritic conditions, calluses, corns, and shin splints.

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In-Office Digital X-Ray

At Modern Foot & Ankle, we are equipped with a state-of-the-art podiatric digital X-ray unit. This advanced technology enhances convenience and reduces expenses for our patients.

Immediate Image Preview and Availability

Digital radiography, unlike traditional X-ray film, uses a digital-image capture device. This offers the significant advantage of immediate image preview and availability.

Instant Access to Radiology Results

With our digital X-ray unit, our doctors can access your radiology results at the click of a button, ensuring timely and efficient diagnosis and treatment planning.

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Restorative Therapy

Soft tissue injuries, caused by trauma or overuse, often result in micro-tears and inflammation in the tissue. Restorative therapy at Modern Foot & Ankle uses a human amniotic membrane graft in an easy-to-use in-office injection to address these issues.

Enhancing Healing with Natural Growth Factors

The restorative therapy injection contains natural growth factors that reduce inflammation, minimize scar tissue, and enhance the healing of micro-tears in soft tissue.

Suitable for Persistent Injuries

If you have an injury that hasn't responded to conservative measures like ice, rest, and anti-inflammatories, you may benefit from restorative therapy. The therapy is administered via an injection in our office, with recovery being easier than surgery and allowing for immediate weight-bearing in a CAM boot for 1-2 weeks.

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The miniBunion Procedure

The miniBunion is a revolutionary minimally-invasive procedure for the correction of bunion deformities. Our podiatrists at Modern Foot & Ankle perform the miniBunion at all of our locations throughout central Florida.

Quicker, Easier Recovery with Cosmetic Benefits

Compared to traditional procedures, the miniBunion facilitates a quicker, easier recovery, allowing patients to stay on their feet throughout the postoperative period. It also offers cosmetic benefits, as the incision site is up to four times smaller than that of most bunion procedures and is made in a more concealed location on the inner side of the foot.

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What are advanced podiatry services?

Advanced podiatry services refer to a range of specialized foot and ankle care treatments. These can include advanced diagnostic techniques such as xrays and ultrasounds for quick diagnosis, minimally invasive surgery, custom orthotics, and more. The goal of these services is to provide comprehensive care for a variety of foot and ankle conditions.Advanced podiatry services encompass specialized treatments for foot and ankle conditions. They involve the use of cutting-edge diagnostic tools like X-rays and ultrasounds, minimally invasive surgical procedures, and personalized orthotics, among others. These advanced techniques and technologies are often necessary to effectively resolve complex foot and ankle issues.

What is podiatric care?

Podiatric care involves the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the foot, ankle, and related structures of the leg. This can include a wide range of issues, from common foot problems like bunions and corns to more complex conditions such as fractures, sprains, and disorders caused by diabetes or arthritis.

What is podiatric treatment?

Podiatric treatment refers to the methods used by podiatrists to treat foot and ankle conditions. This can include conservative treatments such as medication, physical therapy, and custom orthotics, as well as more advanced treatments like minimally invasive surgery or laser therapy.

Is podiatric surgery covered by Medicare?

Yes, Medicare typically covers medically necessary podiatric surgery. However, the coverage may vary depending on the specific procedure and the patient's individual Medicare plan. It's always best to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage.

What are some advanced foot care services?

Advanced foot care services can include a variety of treatments designed to address complex foot and ankle conditions. This can include advanced wound care for non-healing wounds, surgical intervention for structural issues, laser therapy for fungal nail infections, and more. The specific services offered can vary by clinic, so it's important to consult with a podiatrist to understand your options.

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